System in Central Atlantic

System in Central Atlantic Moves Northwest A system in central Atlantic is becoming better organized and could strengthen into a subtropical storm as it drifts northwest. It is currently not expected to be a threat to the U.S.  See the latest updates at National Hurricane Center

Thousands Still Without Power after Hurricanes

Thousands Still Without Power after Hurricanes from Puerto Rico to Florida – many will be without power for months. Before Nicole swept through Florida and the eastern states, hurricane Ian left a path of destruction from Cuba to the Carolina’s, with catastrophic damage to Florida’s west coast. Before that Fiona devastated Puerto Rico. Thousands of…

How to prepare for a Hurricane or Tropical Storm

How to Prepare for a Hurricane or Tropical Storm 1 – Cover the Windows If you live in an area vulnerable to hurricanes, consider installing storm shutters. They are available in several different types, and they will go a long way toward keeping the damaging wind and rain from entering through your home’s windows. As…

Hurricane Names 2022

Atlantic Hurricane Names 2022 List of 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Names.  The Atlantic hurricane season officially begins June 1st, peaks September 10th, and ends November 30th, although hurricanes can form at any time during the year. Alex Bonnie Colin Danielle Earl Fiona Gaston Hermine Ian Julia Karl Lisa Martin Nicole Owen Paula Richard Shary Tobias Virginie…

Hurricane Tips for Horse Owners

Hurricane Tips for Horse Owners Horses should be kept on the owner’s or caretaker’s property, if possible. If you plan to evacuate your animal out of the area, go early. In a Category 1 storm, animals may be safe in a sturdy barn. In a Category 2 storm or higher, animals are probably safest in a…